Chapter 4 examines the evangelistic invitation of Rogers.
Rogers is a fellow of the American Physical Society, and in 2009 he received the Division of Nuclear Physics Distinguished Service Award.
To date, over 2,000 undergraduate students have participated in the program.
This chapter provides a study of the functional elements of Rogers' sermons, and identifies nine characteristics of evangelistic preaching reflected in Rogers' preaching.
Finally this chapter considers the hermeneutical integrity of the sermons of Rogers in order to determine if he forced an evangelistic meaning into a text and thereby twisted the intent of the original author of the text.
This chapter provides a brief biography of Rogers that discusses his conversion and call to the ministry, his education in college and seminary, his pastoral ministry, his broadcast ministry, and his denominational leadership.
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It also identifies the characteristics demonstrated by Rogers that contributed to his effective evangelistic preaching ministry.
It also outlines an application of the strengths of Rogers' evangelistic preaching ministry.
Finally, it identifies areas for further study in the future. The first appendix includes significant material regarding one hundred sermons by Rogers including an outline of each sermon and an assessment of the evangelistic content of each sermon.
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